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  • Rahman, Md. Atiqur; Siddika, Sadia; Al-Baky, Md. Abdullah; Mia, Md. Jueal (Daffodil International University, 2022-02-01)
    Proper navigation and detailed perception in familiar or unfamiliar environments are the main roles for human life. Eyesight sense helps humans to abstain from all kinds of dangers and navigate to indoor and outdoor ...
  • Sattar, Abdus; Shampod, Yeasin Arafat; Ahmed, Md. Tanjid; Akter, Nasrin; Mahmud, Arif (Daffodil International University, 2022-02-01)
    Climate change's effects are becoming more apparent, and farmers are bearing the brunt of the consequences. As a result, by 2050, food production is expected to decline by 18%. Therefore, the study's goal is to develop ...
  • Abir, Tanvir; Mamun, Abdullah Al; Zainol, Noor Raihani; Khanam, Mansura; Haque, Md. Rashidul; Milton, Abul Hasnat; Agho, Kingsley Emwinyore (Daffodil International University, 2022-02-10)
    This study aimed to explore the association between the GDP of various countries and the progress of COVID-19 vaccinations; to explore how the global pattern holds in the continents, and investigate the spatial distribution ...
  • Alam, Syed Sahajada Mahafujul; Uddin, Faizan; Khan, Farheen Badrealam; Kamal, Mohammad Amjad; Hoque, Mehboob (Daffodil International University, 2021-12-17)
    Background Lung cancer is the most prevalent of all cancers, causing the highest number of cancer-related deaths in men and the second-highest number in women worldwide. Recent advancements in cancer treatment have ...
  • Ghimire, Saruna; Shrestha, Aman; Yadav, Uday Narayan; Mistry, Sabuj Kanti; Chapadia, Bunsi; Yadav, Om Prakash; Ali, ARM Mehrab; Rawal, Lal B; Yadav, Priyanka; Mehata, Suresh; Harris, Mark (Daffodil International University, 2022-01-19)
    Background: COVID-19 has greatly impacted older adults with pre-existing noncommunicable conditions (hereafter called pre-existing conditions) in terms of their access to essential healthcare services. Based on the theory ...

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